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Stuck: Ruby Objects & Classes - Variables & Methods - Challenge Task 4 of 4
QUESTION: Call the title method on the name instance.
*What is the solution for this step? Please help me. Thanks!
class Name def initialize(title, name) @title = title end def title @title end def first_name "Metal" end def last_name "Robot" end end name = Name.new("Ami")
Hi Ami. The correct answer is name.title
where name is the class instance: name = Name.new("Ami")
If you review your code you should delete the "name" parameter from the initialize method.It has no point there. This is how your method should look: def initialize (title) @title=title end
So if you have this code: puts name.title it should print to the screen: Ami Maybe it makes more sense now.